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Topic # 157523 3-Dec-2014 16:02
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I have a cross lease, and am getting UFB fed into my building.

There are two flats at the back with tenants who will not want UFB. However it makes sense to the landlord for the back flats to get the fibre run at the same time as installing mine. 
 
Can the fibre be 'wired' to a house without having an ISP signed up and ready to go?





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  Reply # 1188085 3-Dec-2014 16:08
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Chorus as the LFC
The actual fibre - No
but
Microducting - yes - but this might mean a delay in your install (if yours is being done individualy) for the job to go to concenting, then design/ approval  and then build, for all units 



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  Reply # 1188092 3-Dec-2014 16:31
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InstallerUFB: Chorus as the LFC


LFC is UFF, and that's good news (assuming parity between LFCs): getting the microducting in is the part that requires the most messing about with consents and so on.  Doing it once and getting it right would be great.




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